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Submitted by emeralderin 1713d ago | review

HookedGamers review - Disciples III: Renaissance

HookedGamers writes: "Back when Heroes of Might & Magic series was the top of the Turn-Based Strategy Genre, the Disciples franchise offered an alternate yet strikingly similar experience, albeit in a much darker universe. While many Turn-Based Strategy fans enjoyed both franchises, some quietly preferred the dark, gloomy setting in Disciples over the more colorful scenes delivered by the Might & Magic games. More recent games such as the highly successful Kings Bounty, have stuck to the 'wooly and colorful' formula and perhaps because of that, the anticipation of a sequel in the Disciples franchise ran high amongst those who prefer the gritty over the lush. Disciples III delivers the bacon, retaining its long tradition of seeking a path of its own with rich lore and wonderful hand-drawn graphics." (Disciples III: Renaissance, PC) 7.8/10

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